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The Chiesel strain is not one that you will soon forget after your first toke. Coming from famous strains, this strain seems to take the best effects of both strains along with their flavors. The strains that are being bred daily seem to be of better quality on average than strains from the past. The following will cover all you need to know about the Chiesel strain.
Genetics Of The Chiesel Strain
Is Chiesel strain an Indica or Sativa?
Chiesel strain is a balanced hybrid of Big Buddha Cheese and NYC Diesel. The strain is known for ramping up your energy levels and motivation. You can stay in a comfortable haze during a nice lazy day or where you have mundane tasks to complete.
Big Buddha Cheese is not overly potent at a range of 13 to 18 percent THC. The strain won the 2006 Cannabis Cup and can be perfect for people struggling with energy or their mood. The flavor is delicious with cream, cheese, and skunk being present.
NYC Diesel comes from Sour Diesel and Hawaii or Afghan Kush. The strain tops out at 21 percent THC and has a nice flavor of citrus as well as diesel. The strain is perfect for a day full of things to do or people to socialize with.
Finding strains for every mood or effect might take you a bit of time. There are some strains that simply deliver the effects that you want at a certain point in the day. Use guides online to help build out a number of strains you can rely on for a great high.
Chiesel can be grown quite easily indoors or outdoors. You won’t have to worry about mold or mildew with this strain. The aroma can be tough to conceal so an indoor grow might be the best option.
Indoors a grower can expect to harvest around 1 ounce maximum per square foot. Outdoors you can expect up to 15 ounces or around 400 to 420 grams per plant.
Finding seeds that have the right genetics can be a challenge with so many people selling seeds that claim to be one strain that are actually another. You are only going to be able to grow weed that hits the mark with the right growing knowledge and genetics. The environment that you grow your plants in matters less for Chiesel than other strains.
The flowering phase of Chiesel lasts 55 to 65 days. The appearance of this strain is dark green nugs with orange hairs along with green-white tinted trichomes. The trichome covering does not leave it a mystery of whether this is a potent strain or not.
THC Content Of Chiesel Strain
Chiesel has a massive range of THC with 18 to 28 percent. Don’t consume this strain too quickly as it might take some time to feel the full effects of this bud. Overconsumption is going to lead to sedation with you unable to move from a spot on the couch.
Flavor And Aroma Of Chiesel Strain
Chiesel delivers a flavor of fruit, berry, and diesel. The aroma is of cheese as well as diesel. The main terpenes in this strain are Caryophyllene, Myrcene, and Bisabolol.
Caryophyllene is the ultimate terpene when it comes to reducing pain and inflammation. Patients with chronic pain have reported quite positive effects.
Myrcene helps consumers calm their minds and bodies. Insomnia can be treated with this terpene which is luckily quite common in cannabis with large percentages of THC.
Bisabolol can help fight infections, inflammation, and has even been shown in lab tests to shrink cancer cells. The terpene is found in a number of products that help improve sensitive skin. Strains that contain this terpene are Bruce Banner and Purple Punch.
Price Of The Chiesel Weed
Chiesel could cost up to $55 per 1/8th of an ounce depending on its potency. The full ounce will cost $280 to $300 but this does depend on the cultivators that grow the strain.
Prices differ depending on so many factors including how successful a particular grower’s crop was. Taxes also have huge differences as you travel from state to state with legal recreational marijuana. States like Oregon have some of the cheapest prices for some of the best marijuana available in the United States.
Chiesel Strain Seeds
Seed Supreme and Pacific Seed Bank have feminized Chiesel weed strain seeds. The drawback of ordering from seed banks is that it is illegal to receive seeds in the mail. The surprising aspect of this is that some seed banks send the seeds regardless of legality.
Finding seeds legally is very possible in a legal state where you can just head to the dispensary. Growers that you know can be a great resource especially if they head to cannabis-based events regularly. These events are hotspots for breeders trading their new and old genetics.
Chiesel is one of many strains that can help address medical conditions. Cannabis can impact various systems of the body’s cells in a positive manner. This strain will help patients find relief from the following conditions:
- Appetite Loss
- Chronic Pain
- Mood Swings
The CBD content is not very high in this strain although it does have uses medically. You can always take CBD via a supplement to ensure you are finding relief from a variety of cannabinoids.
Final Thoughts On The Chiesel Weed Strain
Chiesel comes from a great lineage and can get you quite high with 28 percent THC. This is one of the stronger strains in marijuana when at the top of its potency range. The beauty of a strain like this is that it is potent, easy to grow, and has a decent yield.
Strains that come from a great lineage are plentiful and are seemingly being created daily. What are some great strains that come from two legendary strains? This author likes Super Lemon Haze coming from Super Silver Haze and Lemon Skunk.
Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.